Hong Kong (CNN)Chinese technology company Huawei filed two lawsuits against Verizon in US courts on Thursday. The Chinese company is suing the US carrier seeking compensation for alleged unauthorized use of Huawei patents for optical transmission, digital communications and related services. Huawei is the world’s largest telecommunications equipment maker and a leading smartphone brand. But the Shenzhen-based company has a very limited presence in the United States, where it has been barred from supplying core equipment to major US carriers for years. Nevertheless, Huawei’s technology has found its way into the US network because Verizon buys telecommunications equipment that uses the Chinese company’s technology from other vendors. Some of that equipment, according to Huawei, doesn’t have cross-license agreements. “For years now we have successfully negotiated patent license agreements with many companies,” Huawei chief legal officer Song Liuping said in a press release. Read More “This is the common practice in the industry. Huawei is simply asking that Verizon respect Huawei’s investment in research and development by either paying for the use of our patents, or refraining from using them in its products and services,” he added. The lawsuits did not indicate how much Huawei is seeking in compensation from Verizon…. Read full this story
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